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The local entrepreneur gave up fifty thousand swimsuit

Houston – Houston’s mothers and daughters have organized 50,000 cheap good quality bikinis through their online company “Love and Bikini”.

They are doing so, want to get the word and get attention in their year’s project

This is not your typical designer studio, but in this quaint garage, it seems that the lack of glory and charm is the heart overflow.

Love and bikini boss Olga Parks (Olga Parks) said: “We are now living in the American dream.

48-year-old Olga Park, 23 years ago left Mexico. She pursued a better life for her and her children.

Now her girls are growing up, she followed her own passion, and her daughter on the Internet design high quality bikini.

Parks said: “I am very excited, it is incredible, I can not believe we finally arrived.

Following the footsteps of her mother, 29-year-old Elizabeth Marcelo left the company’s work with entrepreneurial spirit.

“I always have my own business mentality,” said Elizabeth Macedo, co-owner of Love & Bikinis.

Open the door “love and bikini” is a thought that blossoms a year ago, the two think the market needs.

Parks said: “We can not find what we want, sometimes because of the size, other times the quality is not good.”

So, the woman put things in their own hands.

“We started doing our own thing,” she said.

From velvet to lakala, these colorful bikini retail prices are between $ 70 and $ 120, but starting from Monday night, if you hurry, you can buy it.

In the next two weeks, there will be fifty thousand swimsuit was taken away.

Bikini 100% free, the only thing that will cost you $ 12 for shipping and handling charges will be delivered to your home.

An idea that the two would want to start their start to become stardom.

“That’s where your dreams come true,” said Parks.

When asked how to give up so many cheap good quality bikinis, ladies say they have a lot of manufacturers. They are also using some of their savings to achieve this.

7 Brands Making Swimsuits for Women With Big Boobs

Those big chest women will eventually be easier to buy bra – beautiful and sexy women. But ask DD any of the above women, she will tell you, swimsuit is not the case. Unfortunately, the swimsuit is behind.

Go to H & M or Forever 21, you will find the bikini shirt weakness – small, medium and large cheap fabric of the small triangle. Many of the store’s tops look like your grandmother’s bra are waterproof coating. Basically, when it comes to swimsuit, if you have a chest: wish you good luck.

However, retailers will notice that their most frequently sold size is actually larger than DD. Rigby & Peller’s most frequently sold size is 32E, according to Bare Necessities, its five best-selling brassiere size swimsuit is 34DD, 36DD, 34E, 36E and 34F. Obviously, demand is not a problem.

For many cup size swimsuit, this is a non-negotiable option, but the choice is indeed very limited, and often a serious lack of style. Therefore, worthy of recognition of the brand to create a larger woman than the DD cup viable works (no, really).

Here it is here that you should bookmark the bookmarks. Hope that the swimwear industry will note that our choice will be more extensive. Consider the action call of the big girl.

Pour Moi

This British brand is exclusively sold in Paris. While Pour Moi, like all the brands listed here, has its hits and misses, there is a style that I am particularly excited about. Glamazon Scoop Neck has a swimming cap below $ 50 (ie $ 46), and, thanks to the details of the grid, it looks more like a chilly sport than on the beach. In addition, this line is insignificant and hardly obvious. If you want to add some sexual attraction, just add the same grid at the bottom ($ 29).

ASOS

The fast fashion monster’s internal brand has some legal stuff, including a special part, called Fuller Bust for women above the DD and ASOS curves, plus the number.

Like clothing, all this is very cheap: for example, Tie Shoulder Crop bikini (Bie Shoulder Crop Bikini), size to F cup, only $ 25.80. Exquisite bow is unusual for a larger bikini (usually looks detail to support the weight of the watermelon truck) while the #millennippink tone keeps the trend.

Figleaves

Like Bare Necessities, Figleaves is a veritable underwear network. However, it also has an internal brand, and most models can be on the G cup. This high collar ($ 45) provides a unique profile for women who want to look chic but still covered (and it is scattered). Match the bottom, if you enter it, with its high waist can be retro look.

 

Fantasie

Compared with many peers, the fantastic choice is wide and it is great – we need as many choices as we can get! Although the company name is not large, but the choice means that everyone may have something. Although the price is expensive, cocoa Island balcony black and white pattern (above is $ 74) is one of the best patterns I have ever seen.

Miss Mandalay

The brand is a good bet for a large cup of bra, and swimsuit has something to make those who are not shy on their own chest, rather than let them wear bikini wearing clothes (you can easily think of Kylie and Co in the brand “icon Harbin swimming”, the current price of $ 43.99 rose 50%, and reached the FF). For some small va-va-voom, try this burgundy top ($ 89).

Panache

Panache and his sister brand, Panache’s Cleo made a solid swimsuit, looks more like a bra-like. You can rest assured that they will stick to you if you are looking for a real basis that will not soon feel out of date, then choose the top of the swimming pool like Anya Balconette ($ 59) is a good bet. Cleo’s products are characterized by larger, brighter patterns that have the same bra size as the foundation.

Rigby & Peller

The British institution is a queen shop with queen and Kate Middleton – no endorsement can be more powerful, and the store’s place is still showing a lot of shops. These accessories are based on a proprietary system designed by the company that may just change everything you think of your own cup size, which makes the experience perfectly worthwhile.

Singapore labels make a splash with stylish swimwear, from bikinis to wetsuits

Over the years, shoppers have bought swimsuits from sport brands Speedo and Arena, or spilled from the cooler dollars of fashion design from labels such as Seafolly and Ripcurl in Australia.

Now, Singapore’s beach people have more choices.

The local swimsuit scene with KBlu, August Association, Frolik, Delta and Pinksalt offers at least five self-made labels – providing clothing.

The owners of these brands – opened in the past three years, and sold from bikini to diving suits fashion swimsuit – where the lack of affordable high-quality swimsuit was angry after the establishment of the shop.

They say that the cheap swimsuit from the fast fashion brand is available, only a few times to wash, expensive mail from European labels and an unpopular design from the sports shop.

Pinksalt is the latest in two months ago.

Founded by Ms Belinda Lee, 45, and Ms Ng Su May, 26, the label’s designs are modern and a touch more modest than skimpy string bikinis, with one-piece swimsuits and bikini tops offering full-coverage in front, but with bare backs.

Prices start at $109 for a strapless one-piece and go up to $159 for a two-piece halter set.

The business started online in June and is now stocked at multi-label boutiques What Women Want at Mandarin Gallery in Singapore and Shoes, Shoes, Shoes at Publika Mall in Kuala Lumpur.

Ms Lee says: “Despite being in the tropics, I would still buy my swimwear from European brands and high-street labels. There was a lack of local swimwear labels to choose from. That’s why we started Pinksalt”.

Delta and K.Blu also offer swimsuits that are cut to fit local customers better. Their designs, for instance, have shorter torsos, hence are more suited to Asians.

K.Blu fan Nobuko Yamao Arvanitis, 51, has five swimsuits from the label, including two bikinis and a coral-pink colour-block Thermal Spring suit. The housewife loves that the swimsuits are “elegant with a hint of otona-kawaii “.

The Japanese mother of two, who swims and does stand-up paddle- boarding, says: “I like water sports, but it’s sometimes hard to stay stylish while you are in the sea.

“Now, I don’t have to look like a seal wearing old black or grey wetsuits at the beach any more.”

MODEST STYLES FOR ASIAN WOMEN 

 

As someone who loves the water and used to sail laser boats and join regattas, Mrs Lyn Rosmarin needed a swimsuit that fitted her well and provided ample coverage.

The mother of two, who started K.Blu in 2014, says: “Like me, most Asian women generally have shorter torsos compared with Caucasian women. Also, my chest is smaller and my hips are not as wide.

“I couldn’t find anything that suited me back in those days. I was frustrated and said to myself that when I have a chance, I want to make my own.”

Her brand caters to women like her. Most pieces are one-piece styles, with higher necklines and modest cuts, although she also offers halterneck and strapless versions, two-piece sets as well as matching resortwear, including rompers and dresses.

A lover of prints, the 38-year-old works with a team of four out of her boutique at Mandarin Gallery, coming up with designs that are then sent to a factory in China and printed on bales of Italian fabric.

Prices start at $250 for a two-piece and go up to $400 for a kaftan or dress.

Mrs Rosmarin, who worked in the banking industry for 12 years before starting K.Blu, took the plunge when she realised she was “too caught up in the rat race”.

“I was working very hard, more than 12 hours a day, monitoring the markets and constantly having to travel and climbing up the corporate ladder. I felt I was always chasing something, like performance benchmarks. I was very fatigued from that,” she says.

A swimwear tradeshow in Hong Kong ignited a passion to start K.Blu and she quit her job soon after. So far, $1.35 million have been put into the business. Although it is not profitable yet, Mrs Rosmarin says she is close to breaking even.

The turnaround came in 2014 when she opened a pop-up at luxury beach club Nikki Beach Miami in Florida. The response was good and an offer to be part of a fashion show there followed.

“This opened the door to the American market,” she says, adding that she started supplying items to popular multi-label retailers Anthropologie and Calypso St. Barth.

The Mandarin Gallery store opened in June last year as a nine-month pop-up. She signed a two-year lease for the space this June. The brand is also stocked at department stores Isetan and Robinsons here and, in Jakarta, at department stores Central and Galeries Lafayette.

Business, she says, has risen by 15 per cent year-on-year since it launched. She declines to reveal sales figures, but says the brand pulled in a six-figure sum last year.

About 80 per cent of her customers are Asian women who go for one-piece swimsuits, as well as criss-cross bikini tops and kaftans.

She recalls a Singaporean who bought eight swimsuits at a go on her website in 2015. She delivered the purchase to the customer in person as she wanted to thank her for the support.

As for what is in store, she says she has had men express interest in her prints, with several requesting that she explore menswear. But she would rather focus on women for now. “What I want to do now is to make sure I get all my sizing right for all women’s body types,” she says.

 

FROLICKING, SUN-PROTECTED GOOD TIME

 

Hong Kong-born Andrea Liu sells swimwear to families who love to coordinate their clothes.

Her three-year-old label Frolik has shorts for fathers and sons, as well as swimsuits and rash vests for mothers and daughters. Children can also accessorise with sun hats in matching or clashing prints.

Ms Liu, who has lived in Singapore for six years with her husband and two children, says: “A lot of Asian and local families love to order a matching set for the whole family. Expatriates tend to go for father-son or mother-daughter matching swimwear.”

The 43-year-old started Frolik as she found it hard to find good quality swimwear at an affordable price. She also saw a demand for such garments.

“I am in a Facebook group where expat wives and mothers would ask one another what they should bring from home that they can’t find in Singapore, and many replied saying, ‘swimwear’.”

It took her about a year to find the right manufacturer and fabric composition for her swimwear before she launched the label in October 2014. Prices for her items start at $59 for a child’s swimsuit or men’s shorts and go up to $83 for a woman’s rash vest.

Although all her swimwear is sold online, she plans to expand the business and distribute in Australia, Europe and the United States in the coming year through independent boutiques.

Frolik was previously carried in Singapore at swimwear store Ocean Paradise, online at Zalora.sg and at the now-closed multi-label store Chillax at Turf City.

As cute as the swimsuits are, they are also practical. Each comes with certified sun protection of up to UPF 50+ by the Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency – Ms Liu sends swatches of her fabric to the government body for testing.

On why she finds it worth the hassle to do so, she says: “People seek this if they are truly sun-conscious and, if you are a mother with young kids, it’s important that swimwear is UPF 50 protected.

“It’s also one of my label’s unique selling points.”

 

Mix and match stylish tops and bottoms

 

It was difficult finding a suitable swimsuit and Ms Toni Chan came away thinking that there was simply nothing in Singapore for someone like her.

“There was nothing for the woman who isn’t 18 years old any more, but still wants to look fashionable without shelling out $300,” says Ms Chan, who started online swimwear store August Society in 2015.

The Singaporean’s label caters mostly to women in their 30s and 40s and her designs include rash guards, tankinis, bikini tops with thicker straps and one-piece swimsuits, adorned with unique prints she designed.

Prices start at $65 for a bikini top or bottom, while one-piece suits start at $120.

The former management consultant, 35, says the prints are inspired by her travels – the palm leaf, pineapple and hibiscus print in her Tropicana series, for example, were inspired by her honeymoon to French Polynesia in 2014.

The mother of one adds: “We offer more covered options that are quite popular in Asia, such as long- sleeved tops and tankinis that are more modest. The prints are more stylish too, compared with sporty surf brands. We are more feminine and design-focused.”

Her items are now also stocked at physical stores – starting with Isetan Scotts in Scotts Road last year, followed by Zhai at Tanglin Mall and FoliAge at United Square Shopping Mall earlier this year. There are plans to sell her designs wholesale overseas and on Amazon next year.

Bestsellers include long-sleeved rash guards and the Miami one-piece swimsuit, which looks like a regular bodysuit from the front but has a deep plunge at the back. All her swim tops have built-in or removable padding and are made with thicker fabric.

Ms Chan says: “We stand out because of our prints and our designs are versatile. You can mix and match our tops and bottoms.”

8 Cheap & Cute Swimsuits Under $50 On Amazon

Because I spent a lot of time chasing the summer, as much as possible to visit the beach, find less than $ 50 cheap cute swimsuit for me is very necessary. I’m totally guilty (and love) to take as much as “ridiculous” photos, which means I need cheap swimsuit and let me mix my clothes as much as possible. (When you travel, it ‘s not easy to pack it as easily as possible.

My solution ensures that I am a swimsuit, buy ultra-cheap cute style. I usually try to get a bunch of tops and I can mix and match the bottom of the similar, so that i can get the biggest explosion of my money. But these days, there is also one thing really though, even though I found them usually on the expensive side. Fortunately, you can buy a swimsuit (gorgeous, less than $ 50) online, and!

So, grab a few tops and some solid bottom, is the perfect match, as well as some make making one. You will be able to spend a few days and a few days on the beach or swimming pool. In addition, you will never feel bored and wavering. Because of this affordable swimsuit, you can buy some awesome style that you can wear in summer or next holiday wear.


Bra Society Plus-Size Balconette Bikini Top (1X Plus-3X Plus), $ 7 $ 22, Amazon

Find an interesting print suit that can easily wear a solid bottom. Neoprene and lycra blends are perfect to get the comfort and support you may need. Underwire helps to support larger busts and adjusts the shoulder strap to provide another form of reinforcement when needed.


Nose Bandeau Swimming Cap (XS-L), $ 4- $ 14, Amazon

Costs less than $ 20 swimsuit coat is a good finding. The splash prints of this bandeau top are ideal for mixing and matching because of its colorful nature. The top is a good choice for those who are looking for the lowest coverage, and you can unlock the ring and wear it as a bandeau.

Hobie Tropical Network Bikini Top (Size XS-XL), $ 6- $ 34, Amazon

Hobie uses gorgeous prints and colors to make super vibrant swimsuit. They are really good quality because they are arranged, thinly filled, and the coverage is great if you are active. This cable, which gives you more support. It is perfect for those who feel like picking up in a beach volleyball game or diving on water.


MINKPINK Beach Please Triangle (XS-L Size), $ 10- $ 28, Amazon

Broadband provides additional coverage to make swimsuit more comfortable, so you will not always worry about running on the beach when there is a burst. The top of the triangle is made in the form of a bra, so that it can be a good fit. Multifunctional flower printing also allows you to get the best wear from it because you can pair it with many bottom pairs!


Ebuddy Ramba Bikini Sport Bottom (Size 6-26), $ 7 $ 13, Amazon

Can you buy the best bottom line? A black one Black is almost with any style you can imagine, this one in less than $ 15 ring. I think it’s a stealing This is a full coverage of the bottom, behind the front and front.


24th & Ocean Plus size high waist (size 16 Plus-22 Plus), $ 9 $ 34, Amazon

If you are looking for more coverage, the bottom of the high waist will be your best friend. There is confidence rock bikini. The bottom of this swimsuit is the perfect lining, the navy and black, making it the perfect choice for mixing and matching. And, at such a cheap price, you can take two colors.


Saslax inspired fashionable characters Jena OTS one (size M-4XL), $ 27, Amazon

Who says you can not reveal a little skin when you wear a swimsuit? They have so many different styles today. To maintain the trend of such a shoulder net swimwear. It is supple to fill in the bust, although it is still completely wireless. Swimsuit and even black, blue and red.


Runbox Plus Size Folding Bikini Set (Size M-3XL), $ 25- $ 27, Amazon

If your top and bottom are the same size, you can save some important money by buying swimsuit. The top of the suit is equipped with a push-up cup with a bottom line and an adjustable belt, which means great support and comfort. The bottom is perfectly lined and fully covered for suit, and the suit has four different colors: red, dark blue, light blue and black.